Nursing Specialties Certificate
What is a nursing specialties certificate?
Nursing specialty programs provide key nursing education for advanced practice nurses (APRN) to be eligible to pursue licensure as nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, certified clinical nurse specialists, and certified nurse anesthetists.
Beyond these roles, there are MSN programs that with emphasis in nurse educator, nurse informatics, nurse executive and more. While some nursing graduate schools may offer the general Master of Science in Nursing, most expect students to focus their studies on one of these areas.
What can you do with a nursing specialties certificate?
Those who complete this post-bachelor’s degree program certificate may be able to work in a range of positions. This may include working as a nurse educator, nurse executive, or as a nurse informatics. Students may be able to take courses that are in an area of concentration that interests them.
How do you become a certified nurse specialist?
Those who wish to work as a clinical nurse specialist typically need to complete a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in nursing. Some may go on to earn a doctoral degree. Some students also complete a nursing specialties certificate in an area that they are interested in. This may take 3 to 4 years to complete.
Schools with Nursing Specialties Certificate Programs
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GradSchools.com offers 18 Nursing Specialties Certificate
University of North Dakota
University of Saint Joseph
London Metropolitan University
Spring Hill College
Slippery Rock University
University of Central Florida
University of California - Riverside
Georgia Regents University